Tag: Kingfisher Airlines

Kingfisher Airlines case: Vijay Mallya extradition a step closer, joint ED, CBI team in London to speak to prosecutors

A joint team of Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) have reached London to speak with

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India’s Alliance Air wants additional aid for Shimla flights

Alliance Air (India) (9I, Mumbai Int'l) is due to resume flights from Shimla to Delhi Int'l after being awarded

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The pioneer of low-cost flights in India is making a comeback to connect its small towns

A decade after he quietly walked away from India’s highly-competitive passenger airline industry, Gorur Ramaswamy Iyengar Gopinath, is taking

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Enter Qatar: India Is Losing The Aviation And Airports War To Gulf-Based Carriers

A proposal from Qatar Airways to start a 100 per cent-owned domestic airline in India is likely to prove

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Parliament panel seeks probe into Kingfisher Airlines’ dues to AAI

A parliamentary panel today sought a probe into defunct Kingfisher Airlines allowed to accumulate high levels of dues to

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Parliament panel seeks probe into Kingfisher Airlines’ dues to AAI

A parliamentary panel today sought a probe into defunct Kingfisher AirlinesBSE 3.03 % allowed to accumulate high levels of

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Did defective engines crash Vijay Mallya’s dream?

Businessman Vijay Mallya, who is wanted in India for a Rs 9,000-crore loan default, recently went on a tweeting

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SpiceJet plans to venture into retail: Report

Shares of low-cost carrier SpiceJet were trading with gains of almost 3 percent at Rs 81.50 on the Bombay

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Banks want Vijay Mallya to spell out one-time settlement offer

Banks to whom embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya on Friday offered a negotiated one-time settlement of their dues want him

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Vijay Mallya Finally Realises What Caused The Collapse Of Kingfisher Airlines – Faulty Engines!

Fugitive business tycoon Vijay Mallya is suing American aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney accusing them of selling faulty engines

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